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How to view mesh inside a part

How to view mesh inside a part

How to view mesh inside a part


it there any way to look at the mesh inside a part? If I mesh e.g. a Sphere and activate View Cut, it seems that only the surface of the part is meshed. However, the entire part is meshed.

RE: How to view mesh inside a part

You can add/remove/hide different entities using display groups:

Tools -> Display Groups -> Create

RE: How to view mesh inside a part

I usually chose elements in the filter drop down list, marked my elements and used the remove button.

RE: How to view mesh inside a part

I do the same as StefCon. In case you cant see it, there is a Display Group toolbar with remove/replace/invert selection buttons.

View -> Toolbars -> Display Group

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